Monday, July 27, 2015

Guides on How to Fix Fake Alert Problem

"Recently, I always receive pop-up ads from, and sometime there is an alert shows up to warn me my computer has been infected with critical threats, but my own antivirus program did not detect virus. What happen to mu computer?  What should I do?"


Detail information about is a nasty domain which aims at displaying pop-up ads on your screen when you launch your browser. When infected, a pop-up fake alert will show up suddenly when you are surfing the Internet, claiming that your system has been infected with a spyware or a Trojan, a browser lock is in place to prevent further infection of your network. And there is a given number for you. If you really dial that given number, you may experience both computer system damage and monetary lost. The corect way is to delete this threat that created by the behind-the-scene master. 

Symptoms of getting infected

  • You will be redirected to giving you wrong update alert.
  • Your default homepage and search engine will be changed to unknown sites.
  • Your computer performance will get poorer.
  • Your private information may be exposed.


Ways to get rid of

Method 1. Get rid of manually (complicated)
Method 2. Get rid of automatically with SpyHunter (easy and safe)

Tips: As a browser hijacker, do cause much inconvenience on our online life, so one should delete it as quickly as one can. If your antivirus program can not remove, you can try to use SpyHunter,  a reputable security tool.

Method1. Get rid of manually

Step 1. Uninstall from computer

Windows 7:
1. Access Window’s Start Menu and select “Control Panel”.
2. Select “Programs and Features”.
3. Search for the potentially unwanted program and uninstall it by clicking the “Uninstall” button.


Windows XP:
1. Click “Start”, choose “Settings” and click “Control Panel”.
2. Locate and click “Add or Remove Programs”.
3. Search for the potentially unwanted program and uninstall it by clicking the “Remove” button.

Windows 8 users:
1. Move the PC mouse towards the top right hot corner of Windows 8 screen, click “Search”.
2. Type “Uninstall a program”, then click “Settings”.
3. In the left menu that has come up select “Uninstall a program”.
4. Search for the potentially unwanted program and uninstall it by clicking “Uninstall / Change” button.

Mac OSX:
1. Click “Finder”, in the opened screen and select “Applications”.
2. Drag the app from the Applications folder to the Trash (located in your Dock), then right click the Trash icon and select “Empty Trash”.
3. In the uninstall programs window, look for "
" and uninstall it by clicking “Uninstall” or “Remove”.

Step 2. Disable from browser

Internet Explorer
1. Go to Tools and select Manage add-ons
2. Disable the items which are related
the program.

Mozilla Firefox

1. Go to Firefox’s Tools, and then select Add-ons
2. Navigate to Add-ons panel, and remove those extensions which are associated with

Google Chrome
1. Click the Menu icon of Chrome and select Settings
2. Click Extensions on the left panel and remove the extensions related to

Step 3. Reset your browser

Reset IE
  • launch up IE> click Tools (click on gear icon in IE9/IE10)> choose Internet Option
  • Internet Option window> Advanced tab> click Restore Advance Settings> click on Reset
  • tick Delete personal settings> click on Reset

Reset  Mozilla FireFox
  • open troubleshooting information from browser Firefox
  • get Help menu and click Troubleshooting information
  • with page of Trouble shooting information, search for Reset Firefox and click on Reset.

 Reset Google Chrome
  • open Google Chrome>click on Settings>choose configuration page> search for Open a specific page or set of pages> click on Set Pages
  • find configuration page> search for Manage search engines and click it> get Default search engine settings> change your default search engine
  • search for these 2 options: Make Default&Close button “x” to delete the search engine.
  • make default your Google search engine and delete all one by one

Method 2. Get rid of automatically

Step 1. Download SpyHunter to have a thorough scan and clean

SpyHunter is a legitimate, real-time anti-spyware application designed to assist the average computer user in protecting their PC from malicious threats. Here shows how it works.

1) Download SpyHunter here or click the below button to download the file.

2) Double click on SpyHunter-Installer.exe to install the program.

3) After the installation, click Exit.

4) Open SpyHunter and click Scan Computer Now! to allow the program to start a scan on your computer.

5) SpyHunter will now start scanning your computer as shown below.

6) When the scan is completed, all the threats in your computer are successfully detected. Tick Select All and then click Remove button to uninstall it.

Step 2. Download RegCure Pro to speed up your computer 

RegCure Pro is an advanced optimizer which is able to solve your computer system problems, remove your privacy items produced by online searches, delete junk files, uninstall malware and fix performance problems. Here shows how it works.

1) Click the below button to download the file.

2) Run the RegCureProSetup Application and click the Yes button to install the program step by step.

3) When the program is successfully installed, double click on its desktop shortcut to open it. On the Overview tab, check all the scan settings and then click on the Click to Start Scan button to run a system scan on your computer. The first system scan will take some time, please be patient.

The screenshot of the system scan progress is shown below.

4) When the system scan is done, click on Fix All button to completely remove all the performance problems in your computer.